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SWK 580 JOURNAL ARTICLE CRITIQUE RUBRIC 50 PTS

Excellent Satisfactory Needs Improvement







APA & Writing
Quality
(5)
Paper includes reference
pages Paper consistently and
flawlessly follows guidelines
and APA manual for
headings, spacing, in-text and
reference list citations. No
spelling, punctuation, and/or
grammatical errors are readily
apparent
(5)
Paper includes title and
reference pages. Paper
follows guidelines and APA
manual for headings, spacing,
in-text and reference list
citations, but several errors
are evident. Paper contains
several spelling, punctuation,
and/or grammatical errors.
(2-4)
Paper is missing title and/or
reference pages. Paper lacks
formatting for headings,
spacing, in-text and reference
list citations as recommended
in guidelines and APA
manual. Five or six errors are
evident. Paper is riddled with
spelling, punctuation, and/or
grammatical errors.
(0-1)
Communication
of knowledge -
Purpose of the
Study
(5)
All three of the following are
demonstrated: (1) statement
of problem is presented
clearly and logically with
evidence drawn from the
article (2) the purpose and
importance of the study is
presented and supported with
content from the article; (3)
the research questions or
hypotheses are noted.
(5)
Two of the following are
demonstrated: (1) statement
of problem is presented
clearly and logically with
evidence drawn from the
article (2) the purpose and
importance of the study is
presented and supported with
content from the article; (3)
the research question or
hypotheses are noted.
(2-4)
One of the following is
demonstrated: (1) statement
of problem is presented
clearly and logically with
evidence drawn from the
article (2) the purpose and
importance of the study is
presented and supported with
content from the article; (3)
the research question or
hypotheses are noted.
(1)
Communication
of knowledge -
Study Design
(5)
All three of the following are
demonstrated: (1) type of
study is noted quantitative
or qualitative; (2) study
design is noted explanatory,
descriptive, exploratory,
evaluation; (3) independent
and dependent variable (s) are
correctly noted.
(5)
Two of the following are
demonstrated: (1) type of
study is noted quantitative
or qualitative; (2) study
design is noted explanatory,
descriptive, exploratory,
evaluation; (3) independent
and dependent variable (s) are
correctly noted
(2-4)
One of the following is
demonstrated: (1) type of
study is noted quantitative
or qualitative; (2) study
design is noted explanatory,
descriptive, exploratory,
evaluation; (3) independent
and dependent variable (s) are
correctly noted
(1)
Communication
of knowledge -
Sample
(7)
All four of the following are
demonstrated; (1) the
sampling method and type is
noted probability or non-
probability snowball,
convenience, random, quota,
etc; (2) sample size is noted
(3) characteristics of sample
are presented; (4)
representativeness of sample
is discussed.
(7)
Three of the following are
demonstrated; (1) the
sampling method and type is
noted probability or non-
probability snowball,
convenience, random, quota,
etc; (2) sample size is noted
(3) characteristics of sample
are presented; (4)
representativeness of sample
is discussed.
(3-6)
Less than three of the
following are demonstrated;
(1) the sampling method and
type is noted probability or
non-probability snowball,
convenience, random, quota,
etc; (2) sample size is noted
(3) characteristics of sample
are presented; (4)
representativeness of sample
is discussed.
(1-2)
Communication
of knowledge -
Data
Collection
(10)
All three of the following are
demonstrated; (1) the data
collection instrument is
discussed (survey, interview,
tests, etc); (2) reliability and
validity of instruments are
addressed; (3) data collection
procedure is presented clearly
and concisely time frames,
location, participants
permission and
confidentiality and/or
anonymity.
Two of the following are
demonstrated; (1) the data
collection instrument is
discussed (survey, interview,
tests, etc); (2) reliability and
validity of instruments are
addressed; (3) data collection
procedure is presented clearly
and concisely time frames,
location, participants
permission and
confidentiality and/or
anonymity.
One of the following is
demonstrated; (1) the data
collection instrument is
discussed (survey, interview,
tests, etc); (2) reliability and
validity of instruments are
addressed; (3) data collection
procedure is presented clearly
and concisely time frames,
location, participants
permission and confidentiality
and/or anonymity.
(1-3)
(8-10) (4-7)
Communication
of knowledge -
Data
Analysis
(5)
All three of the following are
demonstrated; (1) the data
analysis is described; (2)
descriptive statistics clearly
describe the sample; (3)
inferential statistics used to
test the hypothesis are noted.
(5)
Two of the following are
demonstrated; (1) the data
analysis is described; (2)
descriptive statistics clearly
describe the sample; (3)
inferential statistics used to
test the hypothesis are noted.
(2-4)
One of the following is
demonstrated; (1) the data
analysis is described; (2)
descriptive statistics clearly
describe the sample; (3)
inferential statistics used to
test the hypothesis are noted.
(1)
Communication
of knowledge -
Findings
(5)
All four of the following are
demonstrated; (1) the results
of the study are presented; (2)
the interpretation of results
are clearly and concisely
described; (3) generalizability
of findings is discussed (4)
suggestions for further study
are noted.
(5)
Three of the following are
demonstrated; (1) the results
of the study are presented; (2)
the interpretation of results
are clearly and concisely
described; (3) generalizability
of findings is discussed (4)
suggestions for further study
are noted.
(3)
Less than three of the
following are demonstrated;
(1) the results of the study are
presented; (2) the
interpretation of results are
clearly and concisely
described; (3) generalizability
of findings is discussed (4)
suggestions for further study
are noted.
(1-2)
Communication
of knowledge -
Your Analysis
(8)
All four of the following are
demonstrated; (1) using the
test the study method listed
in the journal article paper
format, your rating of the
study is noted defective,
substandard, or adequate; (2)
a discussion of your rating is
clearly and logically
presented; (3) your discussion
addresses strengths and
weaknesses of the study; (4)
cultural and ethical issues are
discussed in your analysis.
(7-8)
Three of the following are
demonstrated; (1) using the
test the study method listed
in the journal article paper
format, your rating of the
study is noted defective,
substandard, or adequate; (2)
a discussion of your rating is
clearly and logically
presented; (3) your discussion
addresses strengths and
weaknesses of the study; (4)
cultural and ethical issues are
discussed in your analysis.
(3-6)
Less than three of the
following are demonstrated;
(1) using the test the study
method listed in the journal
article paper format, your
rating of the study is noted
defective, substandard, or
adequate; (2) a discussion of
your rating is clearly and
logically presented; (3) your
discussion addresses strengths
and weaknesses of the study;
(4) cultural and ethical issues
are discussed in your analysis.
(1-2)